Aerial Photographs of the biggest Opencast Coal Mining Pit of Germany. It is one of the largest man-made holes in the world, at nearly 1,500 feet deep, and currently covers almost 35 square kilometers. Everything at the mine is at a giant scale: The machines inside, scooping out coal and moving around sand and dirt, are each the height of 30-story office buildings and twice as long as soccer fields. Photographed May
Solo Exhibition at Galerie Liusa Wang Paris, 18.06. - 09.07.2015. A selection of thirteen of my Aerial Views Coal Mine images will be shown at a solo show in large format Fine Art Prints up to 180 cm. The exhibition will take place at the Galerie Liusa Wang in Paris, which is located close to Notre Dame in the middle of Paris: http://www.galerieliusawang.com
15 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75005 Paris, FRANCE. More informations about the exhibition here:
BY BERNHARD LANG
The returning to colorful school time, to the period of formation your vision of a world, perception of environment, human relations - helps us to preserve yourself in this tangled maturity. Devoted to my beloved school which nurtured in me the love to architecture, the urge to knowledge and based that person who I am now.
Laura Makabresku is a photographer based out of Poland who captures beautiful imagery of dreams, fairy tales and the unknown. She is a graduate with a degree in Polish Philology from the Pedagogical University in Krakow. Her work has been published in many international magazines including Atomica, Apricot, Magpie, Carne, Impracabez, 10×15, Graisse Animale